Wis Democratic Party Money Hole

Enabling Election Fraud

Every day I get two or three messages from the Democratic Party asking to “pitch in” to the campaign of Obama, Tammy Baldwin, and during the Recall Election, I would get a daily plea for Barrett. Yet, in election after election, when all the dust has settled and anomaly after anomaly show up, the email flow shifts the other way like a virtual teeter tooter. These messages from constituent to candidate carry subjects like “Election Fraud”, “Mis-dated Poll Tape”, “Support our Audit”, “Demand a Recount”. If the candidates’ campaign pleas for donations where met with the same indifference as the constituents pleas for help, the fund raising for Democratic campaigns would collect amounts near “0”.

When will the Democratic Party of Wisconsin WAKE UP?

The numbers provided by Neal Schulz on the face book group page “Wisconsin Counts” appear in the column on the right. What they represent is the difference in Democratic Margin for example in 2006 there was a margin of 55-45 that is a +10% Democrat and in 2010 that flipped and went to a 45-55 that is a -10% so the difference from 2006 to 2010 is a Dem -20%. What it demonstrates is a decline as massive as a free fall avalanche.

Yet when reasonable and highly educated people approach the Democratic Party Leadership, they are often met with all the cute smiles of a puppy that peed on the carpet. Look at the decline. Is this because of ineffective or under-funded campaign efforts? No. The rules are written against you. What’s more, the electronic voting system is outdated, programed by private corporations with NO transparency, and has been proven time after time to be HACKABLE. Read the figures in the pink column at the right. What is wrong with the picture?

95% Fund Raising 5% Investigation

While the Wis Dems were frantically sending out emails for campaign funds. Richard Charnin posted this article on May 24, 2012 to alert them (for the umpteenth time) of what was likely to happen on June 5.

True Vote Model

The base case assumption in the 2012 Wisconsin Recall True Vote Model is that Obama had a 60% vote share is conservative. He had 63.3% in the Wisconsin exit poll (2545 respondents) but only a 56.2% recorded share, far below the 2.4% margin of error. There is a virtual 100% probability that Obama’s True share exceeded 60%. In other words, the 2008 election was extremely fraudulent, but not enough to cause Obama to lose.

Unlike final national and state exit polls that are adjusted to conform to the recorded vote and implicitly assume zero fraud, the True Vote Model is based on a feasible estimated turnout of previous election voters and best vote share estimates of returning and new voters.

The model calculates various scenarios (“sensitivity analysis”) of 2008 election voter turnout in 2012 based on the 2008 a) recorded vote, b) unadjusted exit poll or 3) estimated True Vote.

What does this portend for the recall?
Three scenarios:

1) Fraud: Walker wins by a similar margin as he did in 2010 (125,000 votes)
2) Fraud: But not enough to steal the election. Barrett wins by 70,000.
3) No fraud. Barrett wins by at least 160,000.

Eleven days later, at about 9:00 p.m. we learned with the heart wrenching reality the truth of Richard Charnin’s numbers. It was FRAUD 1! Only a half hour earlier, before the “secret” exit polls of the major media sources were “adjusted” to reflect the incoming vote, the election was described as a “dead heat”. At 8:30 p.m. Dem’s hoped for Fraud 2 – not enough to steal the election – and we waited for a response from the Wis Dems, and we waited, and we are still waiting, but the Wis Dems emailer’s fingers are all tired out from fundraising past and future to cry FOUL.

Ordindary Citizens Forced to Conduct Audit via FOIA

With very little to no support from the Wis Dems, citizens filed open records orders across the state to inspect election materials. Like Richard Charnin, who provided election fraud proof through statistical data after the Supreme Court Election, when 7,000 votes were “found” by Kathy Nickolaus in Waukesha County, citizens were better prepared. They had learned how impenetrable the ears of the Democratic Party could be, even when faced with the decline of votes for candidates as shown in the pink column to the right.

Even as you read this, teams of citizens are volunteering to audit the votes cast in the June 5 recall election without political or financial support of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin. They are not paid, they are not seeking power or office, they are not conspiracy theorists with nothing better to do than fill their egos with “gotcha” moments. They are following the advice of Fighting “Bob” La Follette and working in the “never ending struggle to make and keep the government representative”. Unfortunately, the politicians they “pitched in” for with donation of 5 – 50 dollars are quiet now. They do not want to risk their political future by aligning themselves with the people who collected recall signatures, knocked on doors, and raised money to launch recall campaigns as they ignore the figures in the pink column on the right.

What have citizens turned up so far?

Early send back of election materials in 23 counties

A private corporation with no oversight by any government agency colluded with County Clerks in 23 of the 72 counties of Wisconsin that employ the AVC Edge machine to break the law. The memory cards (cartridges) that hold the official election results were sent back to Command Central before the 21 day period they were to be kept secure. The early send back was first discovered in Crawford County (voted strongly for Obama in ’08, Barrett in ’10, Shilling in the Senate Recall, but Walker carried on June 5 +100 votes) and the
Crawford County Independent reported the incident.

Buffaloed in Buffalo County

Another rural county, like many others, which showed a sudden shift for Walker in the Recall election when compared to previous elections. PLEASE NOTE: The 4% drop in turnout on the machine in Mondovi…?

BUFFALO COUNTY RECALL ELECTION RESULTS

Vendor: Command Central.

Equipment: AVC EDGE touscreen & Hand-counted paper ballots in all municipalities EXCEPT City of Mondovi which used Command Central Opscan (Probably Insight) and Edge touchscreen in the June 5th recall election.

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TOTAL REGISTERED VOTERS as of 2010: 8,358

County-wide 2012 turnout 5,599 = 67%

TOTAL REG VOTERS in EDGE & PAPER MUNIS: 6,938

2012 Turnout 4,699 = 67.73%

TOTAL REG VOTERS IN OPSCAN & EDGE MUNI (City of Mondovi): 1,420

2012 Turnout 900 = 63.5%

[Turnout 4 percent lower in Mondovi, where they used opscan machine]

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Election Results since 2006:

2006 Gubernatorial Election

Jim Doyle Democratic 3,078 57.40%

Mark Green Republican 2,196 40.95%

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2008 Presidential Election

Barack Obama Democratic 3,949 56.41%

John McCain Republican 2,923 41.76%

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2010 Gubernatorial Election

Tom Barrett Democratic 2,174 44.56%

Scott Walker Republican 2,610 53.49%

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2012 Walker REcall Election (pre-certification)

Tom Barrett Democratic 2,147 38.68%

Scott Walker Republican 3,403 61.32%

COINCIDENCE – Barrett’s 2010 and 2012 totals nearly the same, last 2 digits flipped… (until the GAB certification added another vote for him this year

SECURITY PROBLEMS with Accuvote Machine an list of Counties

Researchers Hack AccuVote Ts Voting Machine for $26

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/09/30/researchers-hack-voting-machine-for-26/?test=latestnews

BlackBoxVoting published a redacted version of a paper describing the design flaw in Diebold AccuVote TSX and TS6 touchscreen election systems. Because of the seriousness of the flaw, the full report detailing the issue has only been distributed to a limited group of computer scientists, state and federal election officials, and security groups.

EXCERPT from The Complaint of Voter Action Wisconsin – by Mike B. Wittenwyler v. the State Elections Board VERIFIED COMPLAINT – 5.37, 5.40, 5.91, AND THE WISCONSIN CONSTITUTION, ART III, SEC 3

14 The subject DRE systems in particular have well-known, well documented security flaws that leave the machines vulnerable to election fraud through software tampering. These problems are of a nature that could afflict any DRE model, and include the following:

A. INADEQUATE LOCKS: The locks on DRE systems are woefully inadequate and easily circumvented. See Ariel J Feldman, J Alex Halderman and Edward W. Felten, Security Analysis of the Diebold AccuVote-TS Voting Machine (Sept 13, 2006)

B MALICIOUS CODE: Once the lock has been circumvented, malicious code can be downloaded into the DRE system software, altering how the votes are tabulated without detection by the voter and without altering the voter verified paper audit trail (“VVAPI” See Ariel J Feldman, J, Alex.

C. SPREADING THE INFECTION: Once a machine is infected, the malicious codes can be passed from machine to machine through the memory cards, infecting countless other machines without circumventing the lock, See Ariel J Feldman, J Alex Halderman and Edward W. Felten, Security Analysis of the Diebold AccuVote-TS Voting Machine (Sept 13, 2006)

D UNDETECTABLE CODE: There is no way to ensure detection of a malicious code. The GAO has concluded that malicious code can be present in a system and evade testing. GAO, Elections: Federal Effots to Improve Security and Reliability of Electronic Voting Systems are Under Way but Key Actitivies need to be Completed (Sept 2005)

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JOHN WASHBURN: The Machine Rejected My Legally-Marked Ballot

The Diebold/Premier/Dominion AccuVote OS v1.96.6 infrared scanner erroneously rejected the ballot as over-voted. The chief inspector offered to hit the override button, but doing so would have switched my Democratic vote to Republican and my write-in vote to Republican as well

Legally marked ballot rejected
Premier (formerly Diebold) AccuVote TSX Touchscreen

FOLLOWING AREAS IN WISCONSIN USE PREMIER ACCUVOTE TSX

This contains all known updates since the 2011/2012 Command Central deals and other changes…

CALUMET COUNTY – All Municipalities use Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchcreen EXCEPT Town of Charleston which has Hand-counted paper ballots and AccuVote TSX touchscreen

CALUMET/MANITOWOC COUNTY – City of Kiel Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan and Accuvote TSX touchcreen

DODGE COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote Opscan 1.96.6 and Accuvote TSX touchscreen

DODGE/FOND DU LAC COUNTY – City of Waupun- Premier Accuvote Opscan 1.96.6 and Accuvote TSX touchscreen

DODGE/WASHINGTON COUNTY – City of Hartford : Premier Accuvote Opscan 1.96.6 and Accuvote TSX touchscreen

DOOR COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

GREEN COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

GREEN/ROCK COUNTY – City of Brodhead; All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

JEFFERSON/WALWORTH COUNTY- City of Whitewater: [PRemier or Command Central?] Optech Eagle Opscan with Premier Accuvote TSX touchscreen

JUNEAU COUNTY – City of Mauston: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

KENOSHA COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

KENOSHA/WALWORTH COUNTY – Village of Genoa City: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

OZAUKEE COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

OZAUKEE/WASHINGTON COUNTY – Village of Newburg: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

SAUK COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

VILAS COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

WALWORTH COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

WASHINGTON COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

WAUSHARA COUNTY – City of Wautoma and Town of Marion : Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

WINNEBAGO COUNTY – All municipalities: Premier Accuvote ES 2000 Opscan with Accuvote TSX touchscreen

The latest statistical analysis from Richard Charnin

This is the latest statistical analysis of election fraud from Richard Charnin (pictured right) who predicted the what the fraud factor would look like ten days before the June 5 election. Now he is creating a model which will boil it down to the Municipality:

I just created a Muni Recall True Vote model based on the elections.xlsx data. It uses the 2008 Presidential and 2012 Recall recorded votes. This is just a quick, first-cut. I will be adding improvements over the next day or two. Richard Charnin’s latest Municipal Recall True Vote Model

Contribution Disclaimers

Many people working on proving and providing evidence of election fraud have been attaching disclaimers to donations to the Wis Dems, and will not give a dime until steps are taken to investigate the proprietary secret programing of election machine providers like Command Central.

Current election law makes it a felony for officials to compare the paper ballots to the digital total at the end of the night. This should not be against the law, but made legal and transparent.

Meanwhile, it is suggested the Wis Dems look at the ribbon of failure presented in the column at the right and ask WHY?

DEM % DIF 2008 to 2010 decline

Clark 32.46%
Grant 30.67%
Lafayette 29.21%
Manitowoc 29.15%
Walworth 28.76%
Richland 27.83%
Taylor 27.73%
Sheboygan 27.23%
Kewaunee 26.77%
Monroe 26.69%
Oconto 26.63%
Marathon 26.51%
Trempealeau 26.45%
Wood 26.43%
Shawano 26.09%
Jackson 25.28%
Rusk 25.25%
Adams 25.12%
Dunn 25.11%
Iowa 24.94%
Dodge 24.89%
Langlade 24.85%
Green 24.82%
Sauk 24.77%
Lincoln 24.75%
Calumet 24.64%
Chippewa 24.48%
Jefferson 24.15%
La Crosse 24.10%
Marquette 24.09%
Buffalo 23.91%
Vernon 23.91%
Juneau 23.71%
Sawyer 23.71%
Oneida 23.52%
Kenosha 23.37%
Waushara 23.22%
Brown 23.07%
Vilas 23.05%
Crawford 22.98%
Waupaca 22.80%
Rock 22.69%
Portage 22.37%
Forest 22.02%
Winnebago 21.68%
Marinette 21.62%
St. Croix 21.45%
Eau Claire 21.33%
Iron 21.28%
Washington 21.22%
Racine 21.18%
Outagamie 21.00%
Pepin 20.91%
Fond du Lac 20.88%
Price 20.63%
Columbia 20.44%
Polk 19.34%
Door 19.12%
Barron 18.62%
Menominee 18.49%
Green Lake 18.15%
Florence 18.05%
Pierce 18.00%
Waukesha 17.79%
Douglas 17.42%
Burnett 16.92%
Ozaukee 16.63%
Washburn 12.93%
Ashland 12.81%
Milwaukee 12.29%
Bayfield 10.79%
Dane 10.25%

DEM 2012 to 2010 % DIFF decline

Taylor 16.66%
Trempealeau 15.28%
Price 14.33%
Outagamie 14.17%
Clark 13.71%
Buffalo 13.49%
Kewaunee 13.09%
Pepin 12.81%
Door 12.67%
Forest 12.26%
Oconto 10.93%
Calumet 10.82%
Shawano 10.53%
Waupaca 10.20%
Marinette 9.78%
Rusk 9.63%
Menominee 8.98%
Barron 8.11%
Langlade 8.09%
Crawford 7.64%
Lafayette 7.60%
Manitowoc 7.60%
Marathon 7.52%
Burnett 7.06%
Washburn 6.50%
Brown 6.29%
Green Lake 5.71%
Jackson 4.92%
Oneida 4.29%
Waushara 4.13%
Iron 4.05%
Green 3.96%
Adams 3.90%
Wood 3.89%
Iowa 3.63%
Portage 3.42%
Vernon 3.35%
Ozaukee 3.14%
Winnebago 2.90%
Lincoln 2.74%
Chippewa 2.38%
Sauk 1.76%
Pierce 1.65%
Ashland 1.59%
Eau Claire 1.55%
Waukesha 1.46%
Sheboygan 1.42%
Richland 1.40%
Monroe 1.03%
Marquette 0.76%
Washington 0.55%
Vilas 0.25%

DEM 2012 to 2010 % DIFF increases

Polk 0.01%
Fond du Lac 1.31%
Dunn 1.39%
Dane 1.52%
Grant 1.59%
Juneau 2.08%
Florence 2.12%
Walworth 2.12%
Jefferson 2.40%
St. Croix 2.58%
Bayfield 2.73%
Milwaukee 3.15%
Sawyer 3.74%
La Crosse 4.60%
Kenosha 4.97%
Rock 5.40%
Columbia 5.57%
Dodge 5.90%
Racine 7.03%
Douglas 13.14%

DEM 2012 to 2008 % DIFF decline

Clark 46.16%
Taylor 44.39%
Trempealeau 41.73%
Kewaunee 39.87%
Oconto 37.57%
Buffalo 37.41%
Lafayette 36.81%
Manitowoc 36.75%
Shawano 36.62%
Calumet 35.46%
Outagamie 35.17%
Price 34.96%
Rusk 34.87%
Forest 34.28%
Marathon 34.03%
Pepin 33.72%
Waupaca 33.01%
Langlade 32.95%
Door 31.79%
Marinette 31.40%
Crawford 30.62%
Wood 30.31%
Jackson 30.20%
Brown 29.36%
Richland 29.23%
Grant 29.08%
Adams 29.02%
Green 28.77%
Sheboygan 28.65%
Iowa 28.57%
Oneida 27.81%
Monroe 27.72%
Lincoln 27.49%
Menominee 27.47%
Waushara 27.36%
Vernon 27.26%
Chippewa 26.86%
Barron 26.72%
Walworth 26.64%
Sauk 26.52%
Portage 25.79%
Iron 25.34%
Marquette 24.85%
Winnebago 24.58%
Burnett 23.98%
Green Lake 23.86%
Dunn 23.72%
Vilas 23.30%
Eau Claire 22.88%
Washington 21.78%
Jefferson 21.75%
Juneau 21.63%
Sawyer 19.97%
Ozaukee 19.78%
Pierce 19.66%
Fond du Lac 19.58%
La Crosse 19.50%
Washburn 19.43%
Polk 19.33%
Waukesha 19.25%
Dodge 18.99%
St. Croix 18.88%
Kenosha 18.41%
Rock 17.29%
Florence 15.93%
Columbia 14.88%
Ashland 14.40%
Racine 14.15%
Milwaukee 9.14%
Dane 8.73%
Bayfield 8.06%
Douglas 4.27%DEM % DIF 2008 to 2010 decline
Clark 32.46%
Grant 30.67%
Lafayette 29.21%
Manitowoc 29.15%
Walworth 28.76%
Richland 27.83%
Taylor 27.73%
Sheboygan 27.23%
Kewaunee 26.77%
Monroe 26.69%
Oconto 26.63%
Marathon 26.51%
Trempealeau 26.45%
Wood 26.43%
Shawano 26.09%
Jackson 25.28%
Rusk 25.25%
Adams 25.12%
Dunn 25.11%
Iowa 24.94%
Dodge 24.89%
Langlade 24.85%
Green 24.82%
Sauk 24.77%
Lincoln 24.75%
Calumet 24.64%
Chippewa 24.48%
Jefferson 24.15%
La Crosse 24.10%
Marquette 24.09%
Buffalo 23.91%
Vernon 23.91%
Juneau 23.71%
Sawyer 23.71%
Oneida 23.52%
Kenosha 23.37%
Waushara 23.22%
Brown 23.07%
Vilas 23.05%
Crawford 22.98%
Waupaca 22.80%
Rock 22.69%
Portage 22.37%
Forest 22.02%
Winnebago 21.68%
Marinette 21.62%
St. Croix 21.45%
Eau Claire 21.33%
Iron 21.28%
Washington 21.22%
Racine 21.18%
Outagamie 21.00%
Pepin 20.91%
Fond du Lac 20.88%
Price 20.63%
Columbia 20.44%
Polk 19.34%
Door 19.12%
Barron 18.62%
Menominee 18.49%
Green Lake 18.15%
Florence 18.05%
Pierce 18.00%
Waukesha 17.79%
Douglas 17.42%
Burnett 16.92%
Ozaukee 16.63%
Washburn 12.93%
Ashland 12.81%
Milwaukee 12.29%
Bayfield 10.79%
Dane 10.25%

DEM 2012 to 2010 % DIFF decline

Taylor 16.66%
Trempealeau 15.28%
Price 14.33%
Outagamie 14.17%
Clark 13.71%
Buffalo 13.49%
Kewaunee 13.09%
Pepin 12.81%
Door 12.67%
Forest 12.26%
Oconto 10.93%
Calumet 10.82%
Shawano 10.53%
Waupaca 10.20%
Marinette 9.78%
Rusk 9.63%
Menominee 8.98%
Barron 8.11%
Langlade 8.09%
Crawford 7.64%
Lafayette 7.60%
Manitowoc 7.60%
Marathon 7.52%
Burnett 7.06%
Washburn 6.50%
Brown 6.29%
Green Lake 5.71%
Jackson 4.92%
Oneida 4.29%
Waushara 4.13%
Iron 4.05%
Green 3.96%
Adams 3.90%
Wood 3.89%
Iowa 3.63%
Portage 3.42%
Vernon 3.35%
Ozaukee 3.14%
Winnebago 2.90%
Lincoln 2.74%
Chippewa 2.38%
Sauk 1.76%
Pierce 1.65%
Ashland 1.59%
Eau Claire 1.55%
Waukesha 1.46%
Sheboygan 1.42%
Richland 1.40%
Monroe 1.03%
Marquette 0.76%
Washington 0.55%
Vilas 0.25%
DEM 2012 to 2010 % DIFF increases
Polk 0.01%
Fond du Lac 1.31%
Dunn 1.39%
Dane 1.52%
Grant 1.59%
Juneau 2.08%
Florence 2.12%
Walworth 2.12%
Jefferson 2.40%
St. Croix 2.58%
Bayfield 2.73%
Milwaukee 3.15%
Sawyer 3.74%
La Crosse 4.60%
Kenosha 4.97%
Rock 5.40%
Columbia 5.57%
Dodge 5.90%
Racine 7.03%
Douglas 13.14%

DEM % DIF 2008 to 2010 decline

Clark 32.46%
Grant 30.67%
Lafayette 29.21%
Manitowoc 29.15%
Walworth 28.76%
Richland 27.83%
Taylor 27.73%
Sheboygan 27.23%
Kewaunee 26.77%
Monroe 26.69%
Oconto 26.63%
Marathon 26.51%
Trempealeau 26.45%
Wood 26.43%
Shawano 26.09%
Jackson 25.28%
Rusk 25.25%
Adams 25.12%
Dunn 25.11%
Iowa 24.94%
Dodge 24.89%
Langlade 24.85%
Green 24.82%
Sauk 24.77%
Lincoln 24.75%
Calumet 24.64%
Chippewa 24.48%
Jefferson 24.15%
La Crosse 24.10%
Marquette 24.09%
Buffalo 23.91%
Vernon 23.91%
Juneau 23.71%
Sawyer 23.71%
Oneida 23.52%
Kenosha 23.37%
Waushara 23.22%
Brown 23.07%
Vilas 23.05%
Crawford 22.98%
Waupaca 22.80%
Rock 22.69%
Portage 22.37%
Forest 22.02%
Winnebago 21.68%
Marinette 21.62%
St. Croix 21.45%
Eau Claire 21.33%
Iron 21.28%
Washington 21.22%
Racine 21.18%
Outagamie 21.00%
Pepin 20.91%
Fond du Lac 20.88%
Price 20.63%
Columbia 20.44%
Polk 19.34%
Door 19.12%
Barron 18.62%
Menominee 18.49%
Green Lake 18.15%
Florence 18.05%
Pierce 18.00%
Waukesha 17.79%
Douglas 17.42%
Burnett 16.92%
Ozaukee 16.63%
Washburn 12.93%
Ashland 12.81%
Milwaukee 12.29%
Bayfield 10.79%
Dane 10.25%

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